Natural Flavoring

Posted on: Fri, 02/26/1999 - 1:45am
Beverly Holze's picture
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My husband recently attended a peanut allergy support group meeting. Several members recommended that foods labelled with "natural flavoring" as an ingredient should be avoided because they may contain peanuts. I have not seen this ingredient discussed here or at the Food Allergy Network's website. Can anyone substantiate this information?

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